By the end of the 19th century, Adolpho Lisboa Market needed more space. So, a new pavilion was added in 1908. The Art Nouveau design of Iron Market was inspired by the former Les Halles market in Paris. All of the construction materials, including the cast and wrought iron plus stained glass, were imported from France. This riverside marketplace measures 148 feet long and 139 feet wide. It is a charming place to shop or to grab a meal at the Coreto Peixaria restaurant.